SysML Tutorial Flyer - University of Central Florida

Systems Engineering Development
and Management
Full Day Tutorial @ University of Central Florida: Thursday, July 30, 2009, 8:30 – 5:00
Systems Engineering Development and Management Technology Training (Limited to 30 attendees)
ABOUT THE PRESENTATION: This hands-on tutorial begins with high-level requirements development in DOORS
with the tight governance and trace-to-change requests for those requirements managed by ClearQuest. The
governance of requirements changes and the traceability of those changes would be provided by the DoorKeeper
for ClearQuest.
A high-level SysML model comprised of several packages will be maintained in separate files to demonstrate
management of the model using ClearCase (configuration management system) and engineering change requests
to the model through ClearQuest. This will illustrate tool power to manage large teams (e,g, IPTs) that may have
ITAR or EAR restrictions or other 3rd party proprietary access restrictions.
Using the SysML model we will create traceability from the model artifacts to the requirements in DOORS and
synchronize these as we make changes. This exercise will be done using DOORS and the DoorKeeper. More detail
in the SysML model will be filled in to create behaviors and allocate them to the structure created from the exercise.
This provides a foundation to simulate the model to show some problems missed during requirements
development phase.
Registration Info:
Registration deadline: COB, 10 July 2009
Registration Fee = $ 200 per person
INCOSE Members = $125 (Members who register and do not attend, will be invoiced $125 for holding a seat.)
Registration fee includes course materials, refreshments and lunch.
Complete the registration form on the next page and send to Becky Matz.
**Registration limited to 30 **
Location Info:
University of Central Florida
Engineering Building 2 Room 310
Orlando, FL 32826
IEMS Phone: 407-823-2204
Fax: 407-823-3413
Parking- roped off parking area in student (D) Lot
must fix map
Directions at:
For questions or additional information, contact Waldemar or Ed Smith
Systems Engineering Development
and Management
About the Instructors:
Paula Obeid is President of EmbeddedPlus Engineering and focuses on strategic roadmap,
operations and business development for the company. She has over 15 years experience in
systems and software development, process improvement and business leadership. Paula is a
certified Six Sigma expert. Paula’s company is a key contributor in SysML specification
development and brought to market a SysML solution for the IBM Rational Platform.
Prior to EmbeddedPlus, Paula was the Process Group Lead in the Aerospace Division of
Honeywell. There she helped develop and deploy Six Sigma to System and Software
Engineers and develop a CMMI deployment strategy. Paula was also the Honeywell
representative on industry organizations like SAE, helping to create standards for
deliverable software and software quality. While at Honeywell she led a corporate initiative to
standardize on a Model Driven Architecture utilizing Mathlab/Simulink for Systems Engineering Processes.
Robert Mummé, Director, EmbeddedPlus Engineering - Custom Software Solutions Robert Mummé runs the
Custom Software Solutions division of EmbeddedPlus Engineering whose customers include Boeing, Lockheed
Martin, and Northrop Grumman. Robert brings over 25-years experience to his
customers in all areas of software construction, building everything from numerical
analysis packages and IT applications to safety critical embedded software for propulsion
systems. Robert’s experience also has encompassed several roles from Project Manager
and Lead Developer to Verification Engineer. Additionally, Robert participated in the
Software Engineering Institute’s pilot to develop the type B and C Standard Capability
Maturity Model – Integrated (CMMI) Appraisal Method for Process Improvement (a.k.a.
CMMI SCAMPI B/C) where he became a candidate Lead CMMI Appraiser. Robert enjoys
helping customers use modeling, project management, configuration and change
management, and requirements management tools along with an appropriate amount of process to reduce the cost
while increasing the quality of their products.
Registration Form
Full Day Workshop “Full Day Tutorial @ University of Central Florida”
(Workshop materials, refreshments and lunch are included in your registration fee.)
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Cancellation Policy: Substitutions are permitted until the day before the course. Full refunds will be made prior to COB, 10 July
2009. No refunds will be made after that, although substitutions will be allowed. INCOSE-Orlando reserves the right to cancel the
course with full refunds.